A knife-wielding thug robbed a man on Avenue P on March 28, taking his cellphone.
The victim, 16, told police that he was between W. Sixth and W. Seventh streets at 3:45 pm when the crook approached him and drew the blade. “Give me all your s---,” the goon barked, before taking the teenager’s phone and fleeing.
A goon robbed a 13-year-old kid on Bath Avenue on March 28, taking some of his clothes.
The victim told police that he was near Bay 37th Street at around 3 pm when the thug approached and took the youngster’s North Face sweater and other clothes.
A thief robbed an 83rd Street apartment on March 30, taking jewelry and cash.
The crook entered the home between 24th and Stillwell avenues through the front door sometime after 8:45 am, taking $2,000 and jewelry, cops said.
A crook robbed a W. Second Street apartment on March 24, taking jewelry and electronics.
The intruder broke into the home between Avenue P and Quentin Road through the front door sometime after 2:30 pm, taking various electronics and jewelry, cops said.
A thug assaulted another man inside his Bay Parkway apartment on April 1.
The victim told police that he was inside his home between 81st and 82nd streets at 5 pm when the goon punched him in the face and began choking him.
A thief pilfered a car parked on 20th Avenue on April 1, taking cash and other valuables worth more than $1,500.
The victim told police that he parked his car near Shore Parkway at 8:35 pm, and returned later, only to find his passenger-side window smashed and $420, his Prada sunglasses, and other valuables missing.
— Colin Mixson
©2012 Community News Group
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